The Andhra Pradesh Police registered a case against the Telugu Desam Party chief Nara Chandrababu Naidu in Annamayya district on Wednesday. The Police have booked CBN as A1 in the violence at Angallu village of Mudivelu Police Station limits. In the case registration, the AP Police mentioned that Chandrababu Naidu made provocative speeches at Angallu. According to them, his speech provoked party activists to chase the Police and attack them.
TDP leader, former Minister Devineni Uma Maheshwara Rao was booked as A2 in the case. The Police at Punganuru have arrested three TDP workers for the violence that happened during a recent CBN visit. The Police have identified over 200 persons in the incident and arrested 70 in this case.
All in all, AP Police have held TDP leaders responsible for the violence that happened in the case.